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e-PD in the News

e-PD made the news through their collaboration with The College of Richard Collyer in Horsham. A team of four media studies students worked with us on a promotional video for the West Sussex e-Learning Conference at the end of last term. The video is being finalised and we will post it on our website in due course. The students displayed great professionalism, teamwork and enthusiasm on the day and we are delighted to worked with Collyer's on this project. Collaboration at its best!


Free online training for Governors

The Key for School Governors, Lloyds Bank and SGOSS Governors for Schools have recently developed a training module for new governors that can also be used as a refresher for existing governors. The module takes about an hour to complete and can be completed in small sections. After you have completed it you should feel prepared, confident and excited to start or continue your journey into governance.            
Click here for the link to access this free training. 

The Key - State of Education 2017 Survey Report

The Key have recently published their state of Education Report 2017. A copy of which can be found here

Online Safety - new e-PD resource bank

Good practice in online safety blends external controls with internal safeguards to ensure the wellbeing of children and the conscious development of their moral compass for application in life and work.

Click here to access a range of resources and useful links aimed at helping schools to navigate a safe and effective course for online safety awareness and how to enable children to become skilled navigators of our networked world.

e-Learning Conference 2017 Resources

Click here for resources from the latest e-Learning Conference

Online Forums

E-PD subscribers can share ideas and resources and ask questions using online forums which are accessible after logging in to the website. These can help to share good practice among network groups and others, so why not start a conversation going now or ask for the answer to a particular issue you on which you would value the input of someone else.

A guide as to how to use the forums and get the best from them can be found here.